Justin T. Martin, a Commercial Sales Specialist and licensed Real Estate Salesperson, has recently joined the Pomerleau Real Estate Commercial Team. Justin is a board member of the Chittenden Commercial Real Estate Association (CCREA), member of the Essex Rotary Club, Board Member of the VT Sports and Events Council, and a University of Vermont graduate. His strong business background and community involvement make him a great fit with the Pomerleau Commercial Team!Pomerleau Real Estate was founded in 1951 with a commitment to provide unparalleled service to our clients. The firm has established an outstanding reputation throughout New England and is one of the largest commercial brokerage and development firms in the State of Vermont, owning and managing over 2 million square feet of commercial property. The firm maintains leadership positions in the fields of Development, Commercial Brokerage, Property Management, and Business Services.Though each client’s needs differ considerably, the Pomerleau commitment to excellence in service remains constant. We apply our insight, experience, intelligence and resources to help our clients make informed real estate decisions. We are proud to be leaders in our industry and in the community in which we live.
1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr CUs play a key role in ‘Middle Class Economics’by: Tom SakashPresident Barack Obama understands the critical role credit unions play in the broader U.S. economy, Jason Furman, chair of the council of economic advisers at the White House, told GAC attendees Tuesday.“We know that you provide better pricing and higher-quality service for [your more than] 100 million members than many of the alternatives,” Furman said. “We also know that because of your strong [community] ties, your loan performance often holds up better than many of your competitors. That’s good for your members, your communities and, from my perspective, for the overall economy.”The credit union movement celebrated the 100 million memberships milestone in September. Since then, memberships have climbed to 102.3 million, CUNA reports.Furman also said the administration acknowledges that ongoing financial reform has affected credit unions, and that he and the president are aware of CUNA’s ongoing legislative and regulatory proposals to address reform. continue reading »
By Duro IkhazuagbeTwo late goals by wingback Osas Okoro and substitute Peter Eneji ensured that the home-based Eagles began their 2017 WAFU Cup campaign with a 2-0 victory over Sierra Leone last night in Cape Coast, Ghana.Okoroâ€™s 83rdÂ minute free-kick sailed over the Leone Starâ€™s wall into the back of the net to register Nigeriaâ€™s opening goal of the campaign.Eneji who made his senior national team debut at the ongoing WAFU Cup doubled the lead in the 87thÂ minute for Eagles. He had similarly powered Plateau United to their first NPFL title last Saturday at the Rwang Pam Stadium in Jos. Plateau defeated Enugu Rangers to win the 2016/2017 Nigerian league title.The win means Nigeria is through to the group stage of the competition alongside host Ghana, Senegal and Mali. Eagles next game is against Ghana.Eight teams are to emerge from this knock out phase into the group stage of the competition taking place between September 9thÂ and 24th.Ghana and Nigeria have seven African titles between them, with the Super Eagles and the Black Stars featuring in the last two FIFA World Cup finals in South Africa (2010) and Brazil (2014).All the teams in Group A are playing in Cape Coast while Group B will compete in Takoradi, the twin city of Sekondi that also hosted matches during the 2008 Africa Cup of Nations.Group A teams include, Nigeria, Ghana, The Gambia, Mauritania, Guinea Bissau and Guinea.2015 African champions Cote dâ€™Ivoire headline the pool that also has Senegal, Burkina Faso and Benin Republic, with Liberia, Niger Republic, Togo and Cape Verde also involved.Meanwhile,Â The Gambia Football Federation (GFF) is threatening to pull out of the West African Football Union (WAFU).The comments come after refereeing controversies at the last two regional tournaments.The GFF has submitted complaints to the regional body and the Confederation of African Football (CAF) over a penalty awarded at the ongoing WAFU Cup of Nations.“We’re considering our position in WAFU because with all the resources invested in it – to go out in such manner is not fair,” the GFF President Lamin Kabba Bajo told BBC Sport yesterday.“We will probably discuss the issue in a month’s time during our next executive committee meeting,” The Gambia FA boss hinted.The Gambia was knocked out of the tournament when hosts Ghana scored from the spot after Burkina Faso’s Boukari Ouedraogo adjudged a Gambian player had handled the ball.This is the second consecutive WAFU Cup of Nations tournament in which The Gambia feel they have been treated unfairly.Two years ago Senegal was crowned regional championsÂ when The Gambia refused to play extra-time following a goalless draw.Their officials pointed to the fact that the match officials had said the match would go straight to penalties before ultimately reviewing the rules that stipulated extra-time should be played first.The GFF’s protest also pointed two other matches that it feels were poorly officiated recently.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram